Plan your spring break vacation or staycation in the Pikes Peak Region
Struggling to come up with ideas for how to spend your spring break without breaking the bank? There are plenty of free and affordable options in the Pikes Peak Region. Here are our top recommendations to get your planning started.
Looking to save some cash? You can book a bunk room with your friends and family at Kinship Landing. The 8-bed bunkrooms come with custom-designed twin bed pods with privacy screens. Traveling in an RV? Grab an RV site at Colorado Springs KOA. If you’re looking for more traditional lodging, check out local hotel deals. Glen Eyrie Castle is offering standard rooms as low as $103 per night and The Broadmoor has a spring break package starting at $259 per night.
Learn something new
The kids may be out of school for the week, but the learning doesn’t have to stop. Colorado Springs has plenty of free and affordable museums the whole family will enjoy exploring. Get into the Olympic spirit in honor of this Olympic year with a visit to the newly opened U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum. Did you know it’s Colorado Springs’ sesquicentennial? You can learn all about the history of the region over the last 150 years at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum. For families that like to nerd out about space, the Space Foundation Discovery Center is offering a week of programming about robots, exploring Mars, coding, 3D printing and flying drones.